Top 5 Violin Recordings of All TimeViolinists: Recordings and Performances: What are your personal top 5 faves of all time?
From Giancarlo L
From Stephen BrivatiGreetings,
Posted on October 23, 2008 at 04:02 AM
I suppose its time to do this again. Its getting more and mor eproblematic as tme goes by;)
1) Milstein -Goldmark or Beethoven.
From Charles C
Posted on October 23, 2008 at 07:21 AM
From Martin Mcclean1 Milstein: Bach sonatas and Partitas
Posted on October 23, 2008 at 09:46 AM
2 Milstein: Bach sonatas and Partitas
3 Milstein: Bach sonatas and Partitas
4 Milstein: Bach sonatas and Partitas
5 Milstein: Bach sonatas and Partitas
From Marina FragoulisJaap Schroder - Bach Sonatas and Partitas
Posted on October 23, 2008 at 12:33 PM
Guiliano Carmignola - anything Vivaldi, especially the Four Seasons.
David Nadien - Glazunov Concerto (if you haven't heard it then you just don't know. It almost makes me like the darned piece)
Milstein - Bach Sonatas & Partitas out of respect for how much I used to love this recording until I found Jaap.
From Sander Marcus1. Beethoven Violin Concerto (Francescatti, Ormandy, Philadelphia Orchestra, studio recording, one take, 1950).
Posted on October 24, 2008 at 01:04 AM
2. Paganini Violin Concerto #2, Menuhin, Fistoulari, Philharmonia (1955?)
3. Bartok Violin Concerto #2, Gitlis, Horenstein (1955?)
4. Bach Sonatas & Partitas, Grumiaux (sorry guys, I still like the Grumiaux).
5. Elgar Violin Concerto, Heifetz (great, great, great, great, passionate, exciting, and WARM performance)
PS. This is the 5th response. And today is October 23rd. And 2+3 is 5.
What's so magical about 5. I can add dozens more great recorded performances I can't seem to do without. What I don't have is the time to listen to them all.
From Jay AzneerBeethoven Concerto--Oistrakh, Ehrling
Posted on October 24, 2008 at 12:42 AM
Tschikowsky Concerto--Oistrakh, Kondrashin--1948
Paganini Concerto #1-- Menuhin, Fistoulari
From Kevin Jangin no order -
Posted on October 24, 2008 at 05:20 PM
1. Heifetz - Scottish Fantasy
"honorable mention" - early Menuhin recordings
From Marc Villeneuve1 Ginette Neveu Sibelius Violin concerto
Posted on October 24, 2008 at 03:52 PM
2 Kreisler Rupp the complete Beethoven violin piano sonatas.
3 James Ehnes Elgar violin Concerto
4 Hilary Hahn Shoenberg violin concerto
5 Kreisler The early version of the Beethoven violin concerto with the Berlin symphonie
From Scott Hawthorn1. The Brahms - Grumiaux w/Concertgebuow (search v.com, I have posted it). His other, more well-known recording of the Brahms? Fuhgeddaboudit!
Posted on October 26, 2008 at 03:48 PM
2. The Bruch Gm - Milstein w/Barbirolli
3. The Tchaikovsky - Oistrakh - can't remember which version, I wore it out!
4. The Barber - Robert Gerle (unobtanium?)
5. Devil's Trill - Erica Morini
6. Anything with extra prunes
From carlos majlisGoldmark VC Milstein-Blech
Posted on October 26, 2008 at 04:53 PM
Khatchaturian v.c.DFO-Khat. (early recording)
Any Kreisler's piece by Kreisler
From Scott HawthornWhat's a DFO?
Posted on October 26, 2008 at 05:41 PM
From Anne-Marie ProulxDFO means David Fedorovich Oistrakh, in other words, David Oistrakh.
Posted on October 26, 2008 at 06:22 PM
From Daniel OrensteinBruch scottish fantasy: Heifetz (first recording, with Susskind)
Posted on October 26, 2008 at 08:40 PM
Lalo symphonie espagnole: Huberman
Rimsky: song of Sadko, transcribed and played by Kreisler.
Beethoven violin concerto: Milstein, Maazel (and Menuhin Furtwängler, live, Berlin P.O.)
Mozart Violin sonatas: Grumiaux with Haskil.
And many more...
Now you could also say:
Milstein: he made the violin sing
Szigeti: he made the violin think
The guy on the left (Titanic): he made the violin sink...
From Stephen BrivatiGreetings,
Posted on October 27, 2008 at 05:08 AM
here is the new version for this week.
ASMs recording of the Googlefruitpie concerto.
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